Advising and Registration Information for Civil Engineering Majors and CEE Pr-Engins
Registration advising will be held on Thursday, March 28, from 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM in the Gunness Engineering Student Center in Marcus Hall.
Students whose last names begin with:
- H to P should come from 4:00-5:00pm;
- Q to Z should come from 5:00-6:00pm;
- A to G should come from 6:00-7:00 pm.
You must attend this session otherwise you will have to wait until Sep. 3, 2013 to register for classes at the risk of not obtaining the classes you need. If you have a time conflict during your assigned time, please come during a different time. If you cannot attend because of illness or another serious reason, please contact Jodi in 226 Marston Hall before the March 28th registration advising session.
Copies of flowcharts must be picked up from Jodi in Marston 226. You must have your flowchart at advising. Seniors should review their Academic Requirements report on SPIRE and bring questions about remaining course requirements with them to advising. Seniors should also be aware of the Engineering Science/Engineering Design credits in elective courses needed to satisfy graduation requirements.
Civil Engineering Requirements
All Sophomore, Junior and Senior students taking CEE classes should be CE majors. To apply to become a CE major, fill out a "Change of Major" form, available here [pdf] and in the Office of Student Affairs in Marston 126.
To be eligible to become a CE major, students must complete appropriate coursework:
Students who started before Fall 2012 must have earned grades of "C" or better in the following courses:
- Math 131, Engin 111 (or equivalent)
- Chem 111
- Englwp 112
Students who started in or after Fall 2012 must have earned grades of "C" or better in the following courses:
- Math 131
- Math 132
- Chem 111
- Chem 112
- Engin 111 (or equivalent)
- CEE 121 (or equivalent)
- Physics 151
- Englwp 112
Students must retake any of these courses if they do not earn a C (2.0) or better.
All Sophomore, Junior and Senior students taking CEE classes should be CEE majors.
CEE 486 - any senior who has the prerequisites can sign up for CEE 486, even if they are not graduating that semester.
Five hundred (500) level courses are open to undergraduates only if they are seniors (those within 30 credits of graduation) and have a minimum GPA of 3.0 or by consent of the instructor.
ECON 103 or Econ 104 is required in CEE and also fulfills an SB University requirement.